Renée

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From French Renée, meaning reborn, stemmed from Latin Renata. Feminine form of male René.

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Renée

  1. A female given name
    • 1950 Helen Rich, The Willow-Bender, Simon and Schuster, page 120:
      "You don't have to call me Reenie if you don't want," she said. "You can call me Renée if it suits you." Reenie, Julian remembered: sweep her hair high and call her Renée. "No," he answered finally, "I'll take things the way they are."

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Renée

  1. A female given name, feminine form of René.